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Fedora Core 3 Update: postgresql-7.4.7-1.FC3.2 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : postgresql
Version     : 7.4.7                      
Release     : 1.FC3.2                  
Summary     : PostgreSQL client programs and libraries.
Description :
PostgreSQL is an advanced Object-Relational database management system
(DBMS) that supports almost all SQL constructs (including
transactions, subselects and user-defined types and functions).


* Mon Feb 07 2005 Tom Lane  7.4.7-1.FC3.2

- Put regression tests under /usr/lib64 on 64-bit archs, since .so files
  are not architecture-independent.

* Mon Feb 07 2005 Tom Lane  7.4.7-1.FC3.1

- Update to PostgreSQL 7.4.7 (fixes CAN-2005-0227 and other issues).
- Update to PyGreSQL 3.6.1.
- Add versionless symlinks to jar files (bz#145744)
- Add restorecon to postgresql.init in order to restore database to correct
  SELinux context.

This update can be downloaded from:

b09496c5894b3d952de83e49c2370e9b  SRPMS/postgresql-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.src.rpm
be06719f5a0541bfaead793b2f971506  x86_64/postgresql-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
74a04a7eb5b46d9fb83d2cd3520bd3d1  x86_64/postgresql-libs-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
1f3525b621a529d7f226cf98e57d909b  x86_64/postgresql-server-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
2033ab7c66caf4da115af6102c5b840d  x86_64/postgresql-docs-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
7319e25d0bb162fecbdeb832c7af1643  x86_64/postgresql-contrib-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
8c46c3089168e2953b852c986ae0ba36  x86_64/postgresql-devel-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
521d2b4fa6ad45fd2b62d395a4df1a70  x86_64/postgresql-pl-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
96281e4ef08c923bd5a3b8e0d581710e  x86_64/postgresql-tcl-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
d2c86c1ef11ef12a942a633549d51ad6  x86_64/postgresql-python-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
1dfeb0d3c82083061680de6520d19b93  x86_64/postgresql-jdbc-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
ff45098dc994314dd0233c3495cb7746  x86_64/postgresql-test-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
e35c40754504068c0260bc62caf06920  x86_64/debug/postgresql-debuginfo-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.x86_64.rpm
e83623e1ad217043cd9058e5fe5bede8  x86_64/postgresql-libs-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
306a7a2c7452aeee33508f7c952b2b65  i386/postgresql-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
e83623e1ad217043cd9058e5fe5bede8  i386/postgresql-libs-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
dfc33673b4766fba207aeaeec8d09906  i386/postgresql-server-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
8a4cb19d095c295ad1250d114d89d375  i386/postgresql-docs-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
68b59a0175dafcfd1bde52bba1ac3fe4  i386/postgresql-contrib-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
e2774561c5b6d5f5580d7b02882cef15  i386/postgresql-devel-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
767a3080a58eb626efbcb8d46c9f5c92  i386/postgresql-pl-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
24b4a54297efec52646475fe52c1e09a  i386/postgresql-tcl-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
c04e85aaa929ad314f8170601bf41bb3  i386/postgresql-python-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
cc9a9b44cbade3f8b4f691efae59d3bb  i386/postgresql-jdbc-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
17eb8dceaf683260200097ba569c2777  i386/postgresql-test-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm
656c2eb42195b601e7bedaea1878d914  i386/debug/postgresql-debuginfo-7.4.7-1.FC3.2.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  

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